Do Queens have a favorite milkweed?

christie_sw_mo(Z6)July 26, 2011

The map says I might see one in Southwest Missouri but I haven't so far.

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larry_gene

In looking at the Peterson Guide distribution maps and comparing the Queen to the Monarch, it looks like the Queen is resident (and breeding) in only the extreme south and merely straying elsewhere. So it must like the subtropical milkweed and vines, or whatever of those is growing in Texas and Florida.

    Bookmark   July 29, 2011 at 12:11AM
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